Step 10: Use the big, pointy shape on the left side of the head as a guide to draw the first ear. Follow the path of the guide as you draw the shape of Baby Yoda's ear. Make the tip rounder and less pointy than the guide. Follow the path of the guide along the bottom but make the line a bit wavier for the ear. Inside the ear, along the top, draw a long line for the inner structure. Add a couple of curved lines underneath for more detail on the inner structure.
Step 11: Use the shape on the right side of the head as a guide to draw The Child's other ear the same way. Darken the basic path of the guide but make the tip rounder. Add a few lines within the shape for the inner structure.
Step 12: Use the initial big circle as a guide to draw the rest of Baby Yoda's head. Darken the top part of the circle but make the sides of the head a bit wider where this line meets the ears. Darken the sides of the circle but make the lines a bit curvier for the cheeks. Don't darken these lines all the way down the sides of the circle, otherwise the head will be too long. Draw a few short lines under the mouth for The Child's small, round chin.
Step 13: Draw a few more lines inside this Mandalorian character's head for extra detail on the structure. Draw a couple of curved lines over the eyes to emphasize the thick brow. Add more lines near the top of the head for wrinkles on the skin. Draw a few short, vertical lines between the eye for the small bridge of the nose. Add a couple more lines to the sides of Baby Yoda's mouth for more wrinkles. Draw a series of tiny lines along the top of the head for a few strands of hair.
Step 14: Lightly sketch the shape of the coat's collar directly below the head. The left side of the collar should look like a sloping rectangle, and it should cover a bit of the ear and face. The right side of the collar should look similar but smaller. The collar should dip in the middle to expose the chin. The left side of the collar should overlap the right side. When you get the shape right, darken the lines. The sides of the collar should extend out beyond the guides to create a thick shape. Pay attention to how much of the face the collar is blocking. The chin is barely visible.